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Youth Group Plans Powell, Reno Protests

The Boston-area Spartacus Youth Club, which includes a dozen Harvard undergraduates, is adding two more to the already busy schedule

Hillel Construction Noisy, But No Complaints

While students may privately complain about the noise, construction on the new Hillel building has thus far brought no official

300 Student Phones Disconnected As HSTO Attempts to Collect Bills

About 300 student phone lines were disconnected this week by the Harvard Student Telephone Office in an effort to collect

Harvard Receives Threats

Harvard and local police received threats by phone yesterday morning that bombs had been placed in the Kennedy School of

Ali Discusses Race Relations

A group of 35 students met in Cabot House's Private Dining Room last night to discuss race-relations issues in reaction

Mexican Education Reformed, Decentralized

Mexican education is being successfully reformed through policies of decentralization and renewed government orientation towards industry, Mexico's Minister of Education

Professors Laud Marshall Legacy

BOSTON--Two Harvard, Law School professors praised the personal qualities of the late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall to a crowd

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